Wild Goose Festival Part 2: Thoughts on Chick-fil-A and faith


The following post is from Ryan Clark, CBF specialist and training manager for self-funded field personnel. Read part 1 of this blog series here.


It was the smell of the campfires at Wildgoose that triggered a memory from the Philippines.  Our church, perched on a cliff in Baguio City, was adjacent to a construction site and every Sunday morning we could smell the workers cooking on a wood fire.

Nostalgia drifted amidst the  campfire smoke and I was caught craving a sweet aspect of worship often missing in the United States: the testimonial. I don’t mean the cleaned up, pre-written, toast-master’s kind of speech. I mean the broken hearted confession that goes for too long and ends with, “And I wouldn’t be alive today if it weren’t for Jesus Christ.”

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Published by Joe LaGuardia

I am a pastor and author in Vero Beach, Florida, and write on issues related to spirituality, faith, politics, and culture.

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